Penthouse at the pinnacle of the Winchester market

Hampshire Chronicle:

4:30pm Friday 27th March 2015

A penthouse quite literally at the pinnacle of the Winchester property market is now nearing completion.

Silver bells and cockleshells

Hampshire Chronicle:

11:20am Friday 27th March 2015

The gardens are getting established and enjoying their first season of warm weather at a stunning contemporary development at Three Maids Close, off Harestock Road in Winchester.

Smart city living

Hampshire Chronicle:

7:20am Friday 27th March 2015

The opportunity to live in a smart period townhouse within the vibrant heart of Winchester has arisen with Hamptons International.

Substantial commercial farming estate goes on the market

Hampshire Chronicle:

10:40pm Thursday 26th March 2015

A large commercial estate in Hampshire totalling 1,594 acres is being marketed by Savills Winchester.

Development opportunity draws a crowd

Hampshire Chronicle:

6:40pm Thursday 26th March 2015

When the open day was held earlier this month for Barton Cottage in King’s Worthy, a total of 26 viewings were carefully choreographed through the day. Following this hugely successful event for Pearsons, a number of offers were received and a sale arranged to the best buyer at 10% above the price guide of £300,000.

1930s Classic

Hampshire Chronicle:

3:30pm Thursday 26th March 2015

A handsome 1930s house with excellent proportions and sitting within a highly desirable residential location close to Winchester’s mainline station has come to the market with the local branch of Winkworth. Benefitting from a substantial extension, this lovely home answers the demands of modern family life and for those with children, Western Primary and Westgate Secondary schools are close at hand with Peter Symonds College also within an easy walk.

Signs of a strong market recovery in the regions

Hampshire Chronicle:

11:30am Thursday 26th March 2015

In its latest quarterly market report, Strutt & Parker declares a positive outlook for the UK housing market in 2015, despite some challenges.

Meon Valley Masterpiece

Hampshire Chronicle:

6:20am Thursday 26th March 2015

With an impressive list of features, this stunning home on the outskirts of the village of Droxford has much to appeal to a family with an active lifestyle. Set in more than four acres within the South Downs National Park, in addition to the fabulously spacious house there is a triple garage with a workshop, tennis court, paddocks and a lake with an island summerhouse. Within this prime Meon Valley location there are good local amenities in the surrounding villages, golf courses, endless nature trails and bridle paths, and sailing on the nearby south coast.

A Chief Executive’s Cycle Challenge

Hampshire Chronicle:

4:30pm Tuesday 24th March 2015

Dutton Gregory’s CEO, Michelle Tatner, has swapped the relative safety of her desk in Winchester for the saddle of her bicycle which, together with her husband, will accompany her on the London to Paris charity bike ride she has entered and which takes place in July this year.

A touch of opulence in Alresford

Hampshire Chronicle:

3:30pm Friday 20th March 2015

A rare opportunity has arisen in the very heart of Alresford to acquire a highly desirable apartment within a period building which has more than a touch of opulence. The former Old Stag Inn lies at the furthest reaches of Broad Street and the apartment takes over the whole of the first floor. This character home is packed with delightful features with wide planked floorboards, sash windows, period fireplaces including an open fire in the sitting room, cast iron radiators and good ceiling heights which are perfect for the current owner’s chandeliers.

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